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What does Social Media mean for IT Services?

This talk will explore some of the key challenges social media and technologies are presenting to Information Services. Whilst there’s no doubting that Information Services is well placed to catalyse the use of these tools and help staff and student

Joe Nicholls

on 11 June 2013

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Transcript of What does Social Media mean for IT Services?

Learn to Collaborate Digital Literacies Framework
Sharpe and Beetham 2010 About.me/jonsc0tt Dr Joe Nicholls
Principal Consultant: Learning, Teaching and Web Technologies Email: NichollsJA@Cardiff.ac.uk
Twitter: @joenicholls
LinkedIn: http://uk.linkedin.com/in/joenicholls ACCESS SKILLS PRACTICES ATTRIBUTES LEARN
COLLABORATE Universities and Colleges Information Systems Association
http://www.ucisa.ac.uk/ Using Social Media to Communicate
http://lanyrd.com/2012/using-social-media-to-communicate-ucisa/ What does Social Media mean for IT Services?
http://lanyrd.com/2012/using-social-media-to-communicate-ucisa/shcxx/ Overview of talk
http://vimeo.com/30264876 COLLEGE / UNIVERSITY Meetings Presenting Will a definition help? data/information
seeking data/information
retrieval data/information
management data/information
manipulation data/information
creation data/information
dissemination Work and Learning Tasks data/information
exchange communication Researching Enable staff and students to gain access to
computing technologies and social media. Enable staff and students to acquire IT skills
appropriate for types of devices and social media. Enable staff and students to develop effective use of
social media for learning and working. Enable staff and students develop as individuals through
their use of social media in ways that are context appropriate. whose role ? whose role ? whose role ? Library ? Human
Resources ? Student
Support ? Academic
Staff ? Student
Union ? Registry ? Jeevan Joshi http://bit.ly/yvt15W Learning Administration Projects Team working Writing Teaching Recording Curating EDUCATE whose role ? Engagement Enablement Staff Development University and Colleges Information Systems Association
Using Social Media to Communicate - 18th Janurary 2012
What does Social Media mean for IT Services? Collaborate to Learn photo credit: Vector Hugo http://www.flickr.com/photos/pointofdesign/2742827212/ http://www.caledonianacademy.net/spaces/LLiDA/ Communicating Planning Problem
solving Designing Organising Publishing
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